|[AMRadio] Time for some AM activity "down below".|
qed at hughes.net
Mon Sep 8 09:02:29 EDT 2008
I will make it a point to only operate in the 3675-3695 range for at least
this week. will be there in the early evening hours abt 6:30 to 9. 73
----- Original Message -----
From: "D. Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Sunday, September 07, 2008 11:36 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Time for some AM activity "down below".
> As the summer QRN is now beginning to subside, the 3870-90 Ghetto is
> getting crowded in the evening. The last few days I have managed to stir
> up AM activity on 3675, 3685, 3695, 3705 and 3720. Mostly SSB ops who
> tried out the AM function on their transceivers for the first time. This
> evening I worked Gary, W7FG. He said he got rid of his old 450TL's
> modulated by 833A's rig years ago, but he was on a Flex Radio and sounded
> very good.
> Plenty of wide-open space "down below", but we need some more AM activity,
> before dead-air slopbucket groups start squatting on all the usable
> frequencies. I suggest moving around and everybody not settling in on
> just one or two frequencies. I heard some Europeans on 3705 Friday or
> Saturday night, but they were on SSB.
> Don k4kyv
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